Gluten-Free in Dublin
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Whether you’re looking to relax and take your time over some traditional Dublin fare or catch a quick bite before a play in the Abbey, you’ll not be left wanting. Our home town of Dublin is catching up fast in providing a greater extent and variety of gluten-free choices to keep locals, and those travelling, well nourished as they enjoy the sights and sounds of this beautiful city.
135 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook,
Dublin 4, Ireland
+ 353 (0) 1 269 6116
+ 353 (0) 1 269 6125
Definitely one of our favourites, they bake their own gluten-free bread at O’Connells and most menu items are gluten-free.
O’Connells originally retained author and Gluten-free Cookery Expert, Rosemary Kearney to advise its chefs on catering for Coeliacs. Ms Kearney is co-author, with Darina Allen, of Healthy Gluten Free Eating published by Kyle Cathie 2004, in association with The Coeliac Society of Ireland.
You’ll also be pleased to know that O’Connell’s Christmas menus also offer gluten-free Stuffing and gluten-free bread sauce.
On Saturday’s there are gluten-free breads, scones and tarts available for sale.
52 Dawson Street, Dublin, Dublin 2 | Tel: +353 (0) 1 6333 957
Gluten-free pasta for all dishes! Special gluten-free Breakfast and Lunch/Dinner Menus!
17 S Great Georges Street
With a real focus on innovative cooking and nutrition michelin starred Chef Dylan McGrath’s Rustic Stone has many interesting gluten-free options.
39 Dame Street,
Dublin City Centre
The Millstone is centrallly located and has it’s own coeliac menu and a selection of GF pizzas.
Dublin City Centre
2 Chatham Row
The Pavilion, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
Dundrum Town Centre
An extensive Asian menu and with most sauces being gluten-free there’s plenty of choice.
The Pyg Restaurant
59 South William Street,
Phone: +353 1 6779490
Some nice gluten-free options and more importantly a small selection of GLUTEN-FREE CAKES!!!
3 Dawson Street
133 Upper Leeson Street
One of the healthiest and freshest places to eat in the city with a number of gluten-free options throughout the menus.
Lemon Crepe & Coffee Co
66 William St South
Every Weekend Beshoff Bros’ Mespil Road outlet goes gluten-free. So if you don’t want to miss out on the classic fare of fish ‘n’ chips in this seaside city make your way down. There’s cod , haddock, scampi, chicken and sauasages all in gluten-free batter.
66-67 South Great Georges St.,
Dublin 2, Ireland.
tel +353 1 4005878
Almost the entire menu at Brasserie Sixty6 is gluten-free or available gluten-free – all clearly marked on their menus. So why not try some ‘Chargrilled fillet of Hereford beef with herb fondant potato, wilted spinach, whole roasted mushrooms with a peppercorn sauce’ or ‘ the famous Rotisserie crispy skin pork, boned rolled and stuffed suckling pig served with duck fat potatoes and a salad of rocket, watercress, baby gem, toasted hazelnuts and caramelised pearl onions‘. Great selection on this menu, see the website above for more.
6/7 Jervis Street, Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1
Phone KOH: 01 – 814 6777 / 814 6212
A wide variety of asian dishes here with almost everything naturally GF or available gluten-free. Koh pride themselves on making great asian dishes with local Irish produce. Let us know what you think.
26-28 Clarendon Street,
T: 00 353 (0)1 6792000
Not a huge gluten-free selection from across the entire menu, but all curries are gluten-free.
71/72 South Great Georges St.
Great for some quick, fresh and tasty food, Yamamori has a bucketload of gluten-free options.
19/20 Wicklow Street
This wholefood vegetarian restaurant has been on Wicklow Street, in the centre of Dublin city ( just off Grafton Street) since January 1986. A great place to eat in or take out from, they always have plenty of gluten-free dishes including some cakes and desserts.
Fallon & Byrne Foodhall
11 -17 Exchequer Street
Tel: (01) 472 1010
This food hall is worth a visit just to have a gander at all the delicious grub on show , if nothing else. As regards options for coeliacs, there are quite a few and staff are very helpful. Definitely a good place to recharge over lunch or to pick up some freshly made dishes to keep you going on your gluten-free travels.
6-15 Nassau Street
Tel: 00353 1 6777066
Situated on the second floor of the Kilkenny Design Shop on Dublin’s Nassau Street this cafe provides a good selection of salads and gluten free bread, quiche , cakes and desserts making it a perfect place to unwind after a day’s shopping or sightseeing.
14 Rathgar Road,
(5 other locations around the county)
Well regarded Indian takeaway with plenty of GF options.
6 Excise Walk
Gluten-free pizza – eat in / take out.
19 Montague Street,
Off Harcourt Street,
Tel: 01 478 0500
Gluten-free pizza take out / delivery.
Gluten-free pizza takeout / delivery – check website above for locations.